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Had a blast cycling east and west along the Arno. The river has bike/walking paths with varying degrees of navigability. Was able to get San Jacopo in the east and as far as Donnio Baddia station in the west. The Parco del Cascine is a...More
The Arno flows through the heart of Florence (as well as, further downstream, Pisa). It was pretty but not overly impressive when we visited in October, although it can at times flood. There are multiple bridges that you can cross over, on foot or by...More
The Arno River serves as a boundary between the historic center and the south side of the city, known as the Oltrano. It was nice to walk along the bank of the river at different times of the day and see the buildings reflected on...More
The river Arno divides the city of Florence in two parts. There are several bridges that cross it, among which the famous Ponte Vecchio. The roads near the river are called Lungarno each with a different name. This time I was visiting Florence by myself,...More
Just a short walk from the train station, the River Arno is a peaceful place for walks, with many interesting bridges to discover. Wish there was more literature around the bridges to tell you about the history of the river and the flood in 1966.
Rivers flood their banks. This has been going on since the beginning of time. But when 1966 came and the river unleashed its vengeance on Florence, then more extreme measures were needed and were undertaken. An upriver dam was built and the river's future flow...More
Arno is, beside Tiber, the most important river at the Apennines and Florence wouldn’t be the same without it. Although the river flooded the city many times (last flood was twenty years ago) in its history, the city was always living and breathing around its...More
We walked along here several time and each time was just as relaxing as the last one. It made for a nice and quiet stroll away from the mass of tourists. If you are looking for some peace and quiet a walk along the river...More
The park area to the west of the city would provide you with walks along the river. Other pavements running through the city are very narrow and difficult to walk along especially with roads right next to you.